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Analysis: Sprawling Google litigation keeps testing Jim Hood

  JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood professes pride in the number of large corporations that he’s gone after as Mississippi’s chief legal officer. But the sprawling Google litigation he’s involved in continues to spawn embarrassing incidents. Questions about Hood’s role are spilling over into his re-election race for attorney general against Republican Mike Hurst. It didn’t help that Google ...

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TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE — Key takeaways from SXSW in Austin, Texas

The Spin Cycle – always on the lookout for innovative thought that drives the branding industry – rolled into Texas for the annual South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conferences & Festivals, soaking up the latest in emerging marketing technologies. Between the panel sessions, keynotes, networking, barbecue, live music and parties there was no shortage of things to engage the senses at ...

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(UPDATE) Judge rules on Google request on attorney general inquiry

JACKSON — Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood’s attempt to investigate Google is on hold for at least four more months. U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate on Monday granted Google’s request for a preliminary injunction. The order prevents Hood from going through with a subpoena meant to examine whether Google is facilitating others’ illegal activities on its sites. The Internet ...

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Attorneys general, others, support Google investigation

JACKSON — With representatives of the electronics industry saying Mississippi’s attempt to investigate Google should be blocked by federal law, some state attorneys general and other groups are taking the opposite position. They say Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has the power to examine Google’s behavior, and should be allowed to collect evidence from the Internet giant before a court ...

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Industry groups join Google's attack against Hood's inquiry

JACKSON — Computer industry groups are joining Google’s effort to block an investigation by Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood. Industry groups filed two friend-of-the-court briefs Friday saying that federal law should block Hood from even trying to investigate Google. They say a subpoena that Hood sent Google in October is mainly aimed at actions by others, and not Google. They ...

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